FASD and the Implications for the Justice System

Essentially crimes committed by persons with an FASD are crimes where there are two victims – the victims of pre-natal alcohol use and the third party victim of its consequences.

Educating professionals within the Justice System will encourage them to take into consideration adaptive communication styles, and legal strategies to accommodate the limitations that result from FASD.

Topics include:

  • FASD behaviors
  • How to recognize clients with FASD
  • Legal process issues
  • Sentencing considerations SCREAM

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